Our fire safety division’s suppression team supports manufacturers, regulatory authorities, building owners and insurance companies with certification and customized testing services for a variety of suppression equipment, including products for residential and commercial sprinkler systems.
We test and certify sprinklers and nozzles considering the requirements to the current editions of the following standards:
- ANSI/UL 199 Standard for Safety of Automatic Sprinklers for Fire-Protection Service
- ANSI/UL 1767 Standard for Safety of Early-Suppression Fast-Response Sprinklers
- ANSI/UL 1626 Standard for Safety of Residential Sprinklers for Fire-Protection Service
- ANSI/UL 2351 Standard for Spray Nozzles for Fire-Protection Service
- EN 12259-1 Requirements and Test Methods for Sprinklers
Field sprinkler testing
Many communities have adopted NFPA 25 as a referenced standard in their building codes, which are enforced by local inspection authorities. We test sprinklers sampled from field installations as a service to inspection authorities, the sprinkler industry, the insurance industry and property owners. The test results reported from us assist these interested parties in accessing the effectiveness of sprinkler systems, or the need for replacement of sprinklers currently in service.
Online submitting and managing
The Field Sample Sprinkler online portal at Field Sprinkler Program provides a seamless approach for initiating and handling requests. To request this service, use this self-service portal to create an account and to manage testing and reporting on sprinklers from specified locations. Identification tags are also requested through this portal.
We can help you reduce time to market by offering efficient and flexible services from an industry leader in fire safety certification. We offer comprehensive, state-of-the-art testing facilities and a highly experienced technical staff with extensive code knowledge. This is why the UL Mark is immediately recognized and respected by professionals in fire safety around the world.
SPLASH Field Sample Sprinkler Testing
We test sprinklers sampled from field installations as a service to inspection authorities, the sprinkler industry, the insurance industry and property owners.
Initiatives to address new technology and maintain safety requirements for fire sprinklers
Fire sprinklers have been used for over 100 years. Due to changes in their application and installation, on-going monitoring and assessment of their construction and performance are required to maintain high levels of safety.
On-demand Webinar Series
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